I’m delighted to announce that the Pearson and AQA exam boards have agreed to continue providing the foreign languages they were offering.
Posts Tagged: Teaching
The only theory teachers learn is a canon of decades-old discredited psychology that just happens to be self-reinforcing.
The best and brightest are going to the schools where they are most needed.
In considering what we can learn from the ancients, we must also consider what values we want to impart to the next generation.
Kandel’s work is as important as the discovery of DNA, and it will revolutionise education once it becomes more widely known.
Charlotte Leslie MP: A real chance to create the single biggest development in education for at least a century
We could be seeing the start of a Royal College of Teaching.
Instead of simply dismissing the findings that contradict our worldview, we should seek deeper explanations.
He deserves much credit, but his reforms aren’t the game-changer some would claim.
Blunkett made it very difficult for schools to deal with poor behaviour
This education minister knows what she fights for and loves what she knows.
Teach First has turned London from educational problem child to success story – it must spread more widely across the country.
Blair’s political appointments to quangos were 75 per cent Labour. Now we need to depoliticise the whole system.
Joe Baron: ‘Student Voice’ demoralises teachers, encourages irresponsibility and promotes a culture of excuses
Children live at home with their parents because they can’t make prudent decisions – so why given them power over teachers?
The sweeping breadth of reform being championed by Conservative MPs is now so commonplace that it is hardly remarked upon in the newspapers.
It would help to raise the standing of the teaching profession. A case for a college has been set out in detail by the Teacher Development Trust.